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Aviation Planner Gareth Hanley’s connection to planes goes back to his infancy when Gareth’s father took his newborn son all over the Caribbean in a seaplane to meet his extended family.
The existing bascule bridge was replaced with a new 3,300-foot, high-level fixed span structure and was recently recognized as an outstanding Design-Build Project during the 2018 American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Florida Transportation Conference in Orlando.
The Brigham Building tenant improvement project in Charlotte, N.C., notable for its engaging workspace plans and energy and financial efficiency, serves as a template for other Wells Fargo facilities across the country.
Earlier this year, the RS&H Board of Directors launched an initiative to dedicate a portion of the firm’s corporate profits to provide grants to nonprofit organizations. Now, the firm is ready to make its first donation — $50,000 across 11 nonprofit groups.
As RS&H’s Jacksonville Office Leader, Kim Holland, PE, has helped lead the firm’s Transportation-Infrastructure efforts in Northeast Florida and beyond. She has directed some of the most transformative transportation projects in the Jacksonville region.
The new San Luis Obispo County Airport Terminal has received a lot of positive reviews and industry awards since opening last fall.
The three associates who nominated Nicole Jeffers for the 2018 Young Professional of the Year award agree: she is a leader among her peers – conscientious, hard-working, upbeat and collaborative. Niki, who works in the Orlando, Fla., office, leads the office’s tolls design group, as part of its Transportation-Infrastructure Practice.
CJ Youmans has a message: Figure out what you want to do, put your heart and soul into it – and, eventually, you’ll end up where you want to be. The 2018 RS&H Project Manager of the Year knows that from experience.
On June 18, Brian received a citizenship accolade of his own, as the recipient of RS&H’s R. Ray Goode Community Service Award.
A scissor bridge is different from a traditional bridge in that its girders run perpendicular to the traffic crossing above, as opposed to running parallel as they do with most bridges.
The Elevate team and RS&H Austin Office Administrative Assistant Esmeralda Urbano collected several tables full of toys – enough stuffed animals, puzzles and toys to fill 13 Radio Flyer wagons.
On June 15, 2018, San Antonio held its first Vision Zero Summit, an all-day conference that brought more than 150 people together to learn about making Texas roadways safer for all users.
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